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Item: TW-Acustic Raven One Turntable  with TW-Acustic 10.5 Arm & Ortofon Cadenza Black MC cartridge, plus second arm collett for Linn/Clearaudio/Rega arms, AND More !!!
Location: Melbourne
Price:
$10,000 (Retail ~$24K as advertised) O.n.o

Prefer to sell as complete as listed, but may consider selling Ortofon cartridge individually (PM to discuss)

Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: 
Can ship, anywhere, to anybody, at purchaser's expense !

 

 

This incredibly well received, elegantly understated and yet hewn from a rock weighted (26kg) turntable is supplied with the latest power supply and speed control box which was originally an upgrade to the AC-3. 

 

It also employs Stillpoints footers and I'm including a Millenium Carbon fibre dual sided record mat. The Millennium M-LP-Mat Carbon LP Mat is a 0.3 mm laminated carbon-fiber disk with one side having a velvet-like surface where the record’s recorded surface rests. The other side is smooth, either of which can be used against the record surface.


Complete with new factory shipping box for the turntable/accessories, and flight case for the tonearm so secure worldwide shipping is not an issue.

 

The absolutely superb TW-Acustic 10.5 arm incorporates magnetic anti-skating and a "zero-float" VTA adjuster, a feature brought over from the design of the Raven Black Night turntable. 

 

The Raven 10.5’s VTA is adjusted via a smoothly operating collar assembly that sits around the arm post and under the bearing housing. 

Inside it is a set of plastic discs, made to within 0.001mm tolerances, that gently lift and lower the arm, depending on a control wheel that adjusts its 10mm of motion and thus enabling easily repeatable adjustments on the fly.

 

The tonearm has been re-wired with TW-Acustic's most recent & improved design, a single continuous length from cartridge pins to the Neutrik rca terminations, now including dual earthing connections. 

The arm itself travels in its own rigid polycarbonate flight case which also holds the various counter-weights and both the factory protractor, as well as an additional MINT Tractor arm protractor that I'm including. These are custom specified for each tonearm and turntable combination, made using a reflective glass design which greatly facilitates a more effortless & optimum cartridge alignment.

 

Furthermore I'm including an exceptionally low hour of usage (~90 hrs.) and genuinely flawless Ortofon Cadenza Black MC cartridge which was purchased new locally. 

Truly sublime sounding it employs a Boron cantilever, a Shibata stylus and gold plated copper coils... immediately apparent is its incredibly low noise floor on even older pressings, that combined with an expansive and see-through soundstage brings a new sense of life to even very familiar records.

 

Also included is a spare belt and an ONZOW Zero Dust as well as the original box and accessories as supplied with the Ortofon Cadenza Black.

 

Most pictures below have been gratuitously lifted from the internet as they represent the presentation of my turntable as listed, except that they have employed proper studio lighting and high resolution cameras far beyond that which I currently have access to !

The last 2 (iphone) photos are of the deck in-situ, and the Cadenza Black up close.

 

For the sake of full disclosure to any prospective purchaser, I will state that there is one area of extremely minor blemish on the left hand side of the sub-chassis which is essentially unnoticeable even if pointed out. 

 

For those potentially interested who wish to seek some more salient information, I've provided a couple of links below to reviews/opinions of the items included in this sale:

 

Re: Raven One

http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/tested-tw-acustic-raven-one-turntable-3/

 

http://stereomojo.com/TW Acustic Raven One Review/TW_ACUSTIC_RAVEN_ONE_TURNTABLE_REVIEW.htm

 

http://6moons.com/audioreviews/twa/ravenone.html

 

 

Re: TW-Acustic Raven 10.5 Tonearm

https://www.soundstageultra.com/index.php/equipment-menu/179-tw-acustic-raven-105-tonearm

 

 

Re: Cadenza Black

https://www.audioasylum.com/reviews/Phono-Cartridge/Ortofon/Cadenza-Black/vinyl/106/1064332.html

 

https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=131568.0

 

Re: Millenium M-LP Mat

https://www.dagogo.com/millenniums-m-lp-mat-carbon-lp-mat-and-silentor-lp-weight-support-review/

 
Photos:

Raven One with Speed Control.jpg

TW 10.5 Arm.jpg

TW 10.5 VTA & Mag A:S.jpg

Raven One with 10.5 & Millenium Mat.jpg

Stillpoints.jpg

Raven One Chassis.jpg

My Raven.jpg

Cadenza Black up close.jpg

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      Item: TW-Acustic Raven One Turntable  with TW-Acustic 10.5 Arm & Ortofon Cadenza Black MC cartridge, plus second arm collett for Linn/Clearaudio/Rega arms, AND More !!!
      Location: Melbourne
      Price: $10,000 (Retail ~$24K as advertised) O.n.o
      Prefer to sell as system but may consider selling deck, arm & accessories / Ortofon cartridge individually (PM to discuss)
      Item Condition: Excellent
      Reason for selling: NLR
      Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
      Extra Info: Can ship, anywhere, to anybody, at purchaser's expense !
       
      This incredibly well received, elegantly understated and yet hewn from a rock weighted (26kg) turntable is supplied with the latest power supply and speed control box which was originally an upgrade to the AC-3.
       
      It also employs Stillpoints footers and I'm including a Millenium Carbon fibre dual sided record mat. The Millennium M-LP-Mat Carbon LP Mat is a 0.3 mm laminated carbon-fiber disk with one side having a velvet-like surface where the record’s recorded surface rests. The other side is smooth, either of which can be used against the record surface.

      I have a brand new factory shipping box for the turntable/accessories, and flight case for the tonearm so secure worldwide shipping is not an issue.
       
      The absolutely superb TW-Acustic 10.5 arm incorporates magnetic anti-skating and a "zero-float" VTA adjuster, a feature brought over from the design of the Raven Black Night turntable. 
       
      The Raven 10.5’s VTA is adjusted via a smoothly operating collar assembly that sits around the arm post and under the bearing housing. 
      Inside it is a set of plastic discs, made to within 0.001mm tolerances, that gently lift and lower the arm, depending on a control wheel that adjusts its 10mm of motion and thus enabling easily repeatable adjustments on the fly.
       
      The tonearm has been re-wired with TW-Acustic's most recent & improved design, a single continuous length from cartridge pins to the Neutrik rca terminations, now including dual earthing connections. 
      The arm itself travels in its own rigid polycarbonate flight case which also holds the various counter-weights and both the factory protractor, as well as an additional MINT Tractor arm protractor that I'm including. These are custom specified for each tonearm and turntable combination, made using a reflective glass design which greatly facilitates a more effortless & optimum cartridge alignment.
       
      Furthermore I'm including an exceptionally low hour of usage (~90 hrs.) and genuinely flawless Ortofon Cadenza Black MC cartridge which was purchased new locally. 
      Truly sublime sounding it employs a Boron cantilever, a Shibata stylus and gold plated copper coils... immediately apparent is its incredibly low noise floor on even older pressings, that combined with an expansive and see-through soundstage brings a new sense of life to even very familiar records.
       
      Also included is a spare belt and an ONZOW Zero Dust as well as the original box and accessories as supplied with the Ortofon Cadenza Black.
       
      Most pictures below have been gratuitously lifted from the internet as they represent the presentation of my turntable as listed, except that they have employed proper studio lighting and high resolution cameras far beyond that which I currently have access to !
      The last 2 (iphone) photos are of the deck in-situ, and the Cadenza Black up close.
       
      For the sake of full disclosure to any prospective purchaser, I will state that there is one area of extremely minor blemish on the left hand side of the sub-chassis which is essentially unnoticeable even if pointed out. 
       
      For those potentially interested who wish to seek some more salient information, I've provided a couple of links below to reviews/opinions of the items included in this sale:
       
      Re: Raven One
      http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/tested-tw-acustic-raven-one-turntable-3/
       
      http://stereomojo.com/TW Acustic Raven One Review/TW_ACUSTIC_RAVEN_ONE_TURNTABLE_REVIEW.htm
       
      http://6moons.com/audioreviews/twa/ravenone.html
       
       
      Re: TW-Acustic Raven 10.5 Tonearm
      https://www.soundstageultra.com/index.php/equipment-menu/179-tw-acustic-raven-105-tonearm
       
       
      Re: Cadenza Black
      https://www.audioasylum.com/reviews/Phono-Cartridge/Ortofon/Cadenza-Black/vinyl/106/1064332.html
       
      https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=131568.0
       
      Re: Millenium M-LP Mat
      https://www.dagogo.com/millenniums-m-lp-mat-carbon-lp-mat-and-silentor-lp-weight-support-review/
       








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